Category Archives: Telcos

One – Mobile

ONE

NOTE: Administrators have been appointed, so maybe another mobile provider down the drain.

ONE has been providing quality, reasonably priced services to Australians for 9 years. Now we are launching Australia’s first all-in-ONE plan, to push the boundaries of the telecommunications industry. With wide resources and experience within telecommunications, operating as a separate entity under the ispONE umbrella allows us to offer targeted, cost saving solutions for families and anyone on a budget.

http://www.onetelecom.com.au/

Aldi to get into a Pre Paid Mobile Service?

It looks like Aldi might be getting into the mobile phone Pre Paid service provider market.

Checkout http://aldimobile.com.au/ for confirmation of this, in the meantime, I wonder if Telstra, Optus or Vodaphone will be their chosen carrier they will be using. It will be very interesting to see if Aldi will beat the current deals or simply be another non event.
I would put my money on Aldi using the Telstra network. Time will tell if I’m right or wrong.

Internode

Internode
Internode is a subsidiary of iiNet Limited. We provide high quality, stress-free broadband Internet and phone services to homes and businesses Australia-wide.
Here are just some of the features and benefits of choosing Internode:

We really do love the Internet. And we love exceeding our customers expectations.
Our own high performance, high reliability, uncongested national and global network dedicated to Internode customers, offering performance and reliability that are simply second to none. We believe there is no better and more consistently performing broadband service in Australia.
Friendly and caring staff offering free, expert support and sales advice, and based entirely ‘in house’ here at Internode. Mostly at our head office in Adelaide, but also in our other offices in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney.
Open and honest information (here are our FAQs and live phone queue stats) and dialogue with our customers about Internode, about our services, and about what drives us. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook, or chat with us on the Whirlpool Broadband Forums.
Nationally available home and business services featuring our ever popular Easy ADSL2+ broadband; our home phone product NodeLine; and our great-value VoIP solution NodePhone.
An easy online signup process for broadband services, offered on a no-success, no-fee basis.
Customer access plans that are designed with a customer focus, including fixed cost ‘shaped’ plans, monthly quotas you can use anytime (without needing to wait for peak or offpeak periods), and the extra flexibility to buy additional data blocks on demand if your requirements change from month to month.
Free and user-configurable Spam Filtering, Virus blocking, and other useful online mail services.
One of the largest and most popular Online Gaming Services in Australia – unmetered for Internode customers.
Cool freebies like our iPhone and iPod touch applications, and an ever growing number of free WiFi Hotspots around Australia.
A huge range of high quality streaming ‘radio’ stations, exclusive to Internode customers and unmetered – meaning you can listen all day without affecting your download quota!
A massive unmetered File Server (with Terabytes of available downloads).
Simple and minimal contract terms, and the freedom to bring your own broadband hardware, or to purchase your hardware from Internode.
Ease of transfer to Internode from other providers – we participate in all industry fast transfer processes.
Up to four free additional mailboxes and personal web space with each broadband account.
We give a damn. đŸ™‚

Internode Homepage Using the Optus Network

Southern Cross TELCO

 

Another one bites the dust.

Gone into oblivion. R,I,P,

Southern Cross Telco, also known as Southern Cross Mobile or Southern Cross Telco & Mobile, is an Australian communications company, offering landline phone, mobile phone and internet services. They are based in Hobart, Tasmania.

Their phone services use the Telstra GSM and CDMA networks and they resell Telstra ADSL.

They were formerly a subsidiary of Australian company Orion Telecommunications, which bought the European former parent company NewTel in 2004. They are now owned by M2 Telecommunications.
Southern Cross TELCO Homepage Using the Optus Network

Revolution Telecom

Get Started & See For Yourself

How’s this for a great deal: you get the award-winning 10c per 30 second low rate all the time, no matter how much you recharge. You pay no access fee and credits last for 60 days. You get as many SMS messages as you want for 15c: no caps and no hidden charges.

It is that simple. For only $20 you can get started with Revolution and see for yourself just how cheap we are.

Revolution Telecom Homepage Using Vodaphone